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The Dutch job market in 2014
10 February 2015 • Categories: Big Data, Jobfeed, Labour market analysis
The number of jobs in 2014 increased by 16% compared to the year before. This was announced by Jobfeed, Textkernel’s Big Data tool for jobs in its report: The Dutch job market in 2014. Jobfeed analysed 6.4 million job ads in 2014 of which after deduplication 1.2 million unique jobs remained.
Highlights from the 2014 analysis
- In 2014, a job was posted on 5.2 websites on average
- Despite a decrease (-1%) in market share, South-Holland remains the province with most jobs
- Trade/Retail is with 21% of all jobs the largest industry in the Netherlands
- With an unchanged market share, IT is the largest profession class of 2014
For all details, check out the 2014 report or the Infographic below.
Jobfeed is Textkernel’s Big Data tool for jobs that collects and categorises all jobs and makes them searchable. Jobfeed offers a current and historic overview of all online jobs in the Germany, France and the Netherlands and proves itself to be a valuable source of information and a unique analytical and acquisition tool for recruitment agencies, job boards, mobility and research organisations.
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